Communication Studies Department

NWU Student Has Life-Changing Experience With African Internship

It takes a village to raise a child.

This African proverb is a favorite of Nebraska Wesleyan University senior Collin Shepherd, who credits his parents for raising him with the notion that child upbringing is a communal effort.


Gilligan Recognized With Communication Award

Brad Gilligan of Fremont has been honored by Nebraska Wesleyan University’s Communication Studies Department.


Tomorrow's Leaders Discuss Solutions to Pressing Global Issues at Clinton Global Initiative University

Twelve Nebraska Wesleyan University students have returned from San Diego, Calif., where they joined 1,200 of their peers to discuss solutions to pressing global issues.


Expert to Discuss Intercultural Communication and Health Care at NWU Lecture

A communication studies professor who has spent a significant amount of her scholarship researching intercultural conflict and health care will present a lecture Thursday, March 10 at Nebraska Wesleyan University.


NWU Student's Internship Satisfies Her Passion For Agriculture

Nebraska Wesleyan University junior Shannon Wietjes has a passion for agriculture.


Gender Communication Class Recognized For Work With Homeless

In August, Nebraska Wesleyan University student Alex Ulmer wrote about his stereotype of a homeless person.


Research Project Sends NWU Students to Comedy Central Rally

Two Nebraska Wesleyan University students have returned from Washington, D.C., where they were among an estimated 250,000 mildly politically frustrated activists.


Get to Know: Rachel Droogsma, Assistant Professor of Communication Studies

Rachel Droogsma understands what its like to be in the minority.


Karla, Travis Jensen Win Internationalization Award for Promoting NWU Overseas

Five students from Austria and Germany will study at Nebraska Wesleyan University next fall.


Students' Organizational Identity Project Draws Accolades From Company Officials

When Nebraska Wesleyan University students Lauren Jablonski, Katie Paloucek and Rachel Andersen received their semester assignment for their Organizational Communication class, they envisioned many late nights at the library.